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5 Dec 2017 No Comments

What is ERP?

When you search for “ERP” on the web, the sheer amount of information that comes up can be overwhelming—not to mention a little confusing. Every website seems to have its […]

4 Dec 2017 No Comments

Avoiding a data hotpot this winter

As the weather gets colder, you often find savory hotpots dished up, with all kinds of ingredients. But in data analytics it can be better not to put too many […]

4 Dec 2017 No Comments

Coffee corner: Data survivalists and audit dinosaurs

Friday the 1st December was the first in what we hope will be an annual event for data analytic enthusiasts in and around London. After a lot of organisation and […]

7 Nov 2017 No Comments

A feast for the eyes: Great British Bake Off Visualisation

In light of this year’s Great British Bake Off coming to an end and Sophie being crowned this series’ winner, I decided to create an interactive visualisation in Tableau for […]

6 Nov 2017 No Comments

Bringing Big Data & Data Analytics to small to medium sized accounting firms

During October I presented at an annual conference of a network of small to medium sized firms specialising in accounting, audit, tax and business consultancy.  The network covers 290 offices […]

6 Nov 2017 No Comments

Don’t make me read your code

Tom Larsen blogs about the more technical aspects of audit analytics using ACL software. In his latest post he discussed some of the things that annoy him about trying to […]

6 Nov 2017 No Comments

Are you a Jurassic auditor?

Richard Chambers, President and CEO of The IIA shares some of his thoughts about the roles of Internal Audit. ​Every profession evolves as the body of knowledge expands and new […]

6 Nov 2017 No Comments

Return of the Zombie Apocalypse

You may recall that last year we looked at a model that showed what would happen if there was a zombie outbreak in Wakefield. One of our analysts, Greg Olenski, […]

29 Sep 2017 No Comments

Data Analytics: From Raw Data to Valuable Insights in Healthcare

Numbers. It’s all in the numbers. As of 2017, the amount of information is growing much more rapidly than our understanding of what to do with it, or our ability […]

29 Sep 2017 No Comments

The four types of data analytics

Simplistically, analytics can be divided into four key categories. We cover the basics of these four categories that are often found in data science. 1. Descriptive: What is happening? This is […]


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